Archaeology

Archaeology

Study of human activity in the past

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Ashley Strickland, CNN
February 18, 2020
CNN
Around 70,000 years ago, a Neanderthal was laid to rest in Shanidar Cave. Excavations in recent years have slowly revealed its entire upper body, including a lower back, the clenched bones of a right hand and the left hand almost acting as a pillow beneath the skull.
Joel Day
December 24, 2019
Express.co.uk
SCIENTISTS have discovered a 300-million-year-old lizard in Canada that proves the first instance of animal parental care in a bombshell scientific revelation.
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